2020 has proved to be a challenging year for the entire world. People are changing how they consume information and take action on an unprecedented scale. Digital is becoming the primary channel of engagement, accelerating trends that were already in motion before the pandemic.
As a result, organizations are re-evaluating both their digital strategy and their entire technology stack to ensure that they stay relevant and effective.
In this webinar, we cover why planning for long-term digital transformation is key to an effective digital strategy, and why changes in the way that people consume content are here to stay. We provide tips for taking action today to make a noticeable difference tomorrow. You’ll walk away with actionable advice on:
- Why digital transformation must play a part in your digital strategy going forward
- How to adjust your strategy for the rest of 2020 and beyond
- Executing your updated digital strategy
Chris Wolz, CEO and President, Forum One
Chris is fascinated by how things work— physically, organizationally, and strategically. Chris brings over 15 years of advising clients on developing and implementing online services to accelerate their impact and help solve global problems. He holds a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a master’s in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Chris is a regular speaker and trainer on online strategic communications for policy-focused organizations, web strategy, blogs and online collaborative tools, and building organizational structures to run successful web operations.
Elisabeth Bradley, VP of Strategy, Forum One
Elisabeth has over a decade of experience working with leading national and global nonprofits. She uses her background in communications and project management to partner with clients to craft and execute solutions to meet their unique challenges. Elisabeth earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Columbia University and a master’s in Global Policy Studies from the University of Texas.